The Shorthand Of Film

I’ve been paying closer attention to the images filmmakers use to tell their stories. A film is a time-intense form of media, in that the actual filming itself needs to take place within a certain amount of time, after which, the images are edited, to happen within a certain time frame. To that purpose, filmmakers use every tactic in their visual dictionary to tell the story, as expediently as possible, which means there is almost no wasted imagery…

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Busybody librarian from Ohio.

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